To educate, empower and engage the Carlisle region, a quartet of Mechanicsburg-area businesswomen said on Tuesday that they will sponsor “Breakthrough to Excellence: Raising the Bar on Life,” four monthly seminars in Summerdale, with the first scheduled for Sept. 22.
Tracey C. Jones, Doreen Lecheler, Abeer Allen and Tania Srouji said the seminars will “make South Central Pennsylvania the epicenter of excellence and entrepreneurship.”
The seminars will run 8 a.m. until noon at Central Penn College, 600 Valley Road, in Summerdale, with the other seminars scheduled for Oct. 28, Nov. 11 and Dec. 9.
Jones defined the group’s goal as an effort to “unite all of the people who are making a difference in this region for some fun, enriching seminars so they in turn can energize their communities with what they’ve learned.” A U.S. Air Force veteran, Jones brings both military and business experience to her work as an entrepreneur, author and public speaker.
Lecheler, a business consultant, author and speaker, is dedicated to maximizing personal growth, influential leadership behaviors and continuous improvement. “Everyone who attends will leave filled with positive energy and great new ideas,” Lecheler said.
Allen and Srouji are the founders and owners of Events by Eye Candy, an event-planning company that has conducted two consecutive campaigns for the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society, along with numerous nonprofit fundraisers, corporate events and weddings, among other events.
“Whether you attend one session or all four, you’ll find yourself inspired and motivated, ready to take your life to an exciting new level,” Allen said.
Additional information is available at the event’s website: www.Breakthrough2Excellence.com.
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